Here Are Four Tips For Cleaning Granite Countertop Stains
In this blog post, we’ll review the best tips for cleaning granite countertop stains. In case the stain is not removed on the first try, you should reapply the mixture and repeat the process. It will leave your granite so clean and shiny, you’ll want to keep your shades handy to block the glare!
First they will slowly strip away your sealant, and then they will start to eat away at the softer parts of your countertop. By sticking to these three foundational steps for granite countertop care, you will be enjoying your investment for a very long time. Thankfully, there are two essential oils especially good for cleaning in the kitchen, and safe for use on granite.
They can add a graceful touch to any kitchen greatly increasing the overall look and elegance of the place. However, like any other natural stone materials, granites are porous that means they will soak-in liquid resulting in stains.
Next, you should cover the stain with poultice so that it overlaps the spot by about a quarter of an inch. Kaitlyn’s offered to let us “borrow” her countertops for a few hours so we could take these photos.
I put a few drops of essential oil in it which really smells good and helps with disinfecting. For large cracks or chips (the size of an ice cube or larger) in the stone, call in a professional. Store-bought natural granite cleaners are much more expensive than my homemade version, and contain the same basic formula as this one.
In this blog post, we’ll review the best tips for cleaning granite countertop stains. In case the stain is not removed on the first try, you should reapply the mixture and repeat the process. It will leave your granite so clean and shiny, you’ll want to...Subscriber Stone Restoration Blog